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Beth

Posted:
6/24/2017 4:59:52 AM

Favorite small scenes

What are your favorite scenes from MASH that are just a small part of the episode without being part of the main or B plot, like segments of the letter episodes or moments in an episode? Some of my favorites would be:

-- Radar trying to pass the graduation test
-- Hawkeye doing a dare to walk naked in camp (Dear Dad Again)
-- BJ and Hawkeye singing opera in the shower, especially BJ's mockup (Comrades in Arms I, I think)

phantomeagle

Posted:
6/26/2017 10:53:56 PM

The abduction of Margaret Houlihan

When Radar is asking Potter to help with birthing lessons to Korean ladies usually done by Margaret, Klinger walks by on the way to the showers.

Klinger: Good morning, my Colonel
Potter: Klinger, you look lovely in yellow.
Klinger: Always a gentleman.

Don't forget that Potter originally ordered Klinger into uniforms when he first met him. Fortunately Hawkeye and probably B.J, were able to change his mind in "Change of Command"

BeccaLeo1972

Posted:
6/27/2017 11:46:06 PM

Hey Doc "Season 4" Radar and Klinger are in the showers talking and in between their conversation Klinger asks Radar if he could lend him some money until payday. Radar responds that he already lent Klinger money the previous month but probably went ahead and gave Klinger the money he needed. It shows to me that the two were close and liked each other.

Season 6 or 7 Margaret and Charles are talking in one of the supply rooms about how Donald's mother is not very welcoming of Margaret into the family. Charles goes on to talk about how the Winchester's and Penobscott's are wealthy people who have to be careful of who they allow to join their families. The whole scene is very funny.

wdm1219inpenna

Posted:
8/5/2017 12:54:57 PM

Being more of a sentimental type, two small scenes for me which were very touching were...

1. When Radar walked up to Potter and told him that was the greatest thing he ever saw anyone do ever, when Potter gave Sophie to the laundry man Mr. Pak

2. When Mulcahy gave his sermon about how he was being selfish (the Patrick Swayze leukemia episode) and the Cardinal embraced Mulcahy and said in a choked up voice "You're a tough act to follow, Father."

FinestKindinTN

Posted:
8/14/2017 11:09:30 PM

I just thought of one!

Can't remember the episode. Radar and Potter are in Potter's office doing administrative stuff, Potter sitting at his desk, Radar standing. Two MPs have caught Klinger who was going down the Inchon River to escape. Klinger brings out and starts blowing up the raft he was going to use. The raft blowing up knocks Potter off his chair - I get a kick out of that.

phantomeagle

Posted:
9/21/2017 11:28:48 AM

Dear Peggy
FinestKindinTN wrote:
Can't remember the episode. Radar and Potter are in Potter's office doing administrative stuff, Potter sitting at his desk, Radar standing. Two MPs have caught Klinger who was going down the Inchon River to escape. Klinger brings out and starts blowing up the raft he was going to use. The raft blowing up knocks Potter off his chair - I get a kick out of that.

That happens in Dear Peggy.

Klinger dressed as a Korean woman
Klinger with the raft. That raft knocked Potter down, Klinger, Radar, and the MPS, taking up half the office.
Klinger dressed as a bush was the final act, while B.J and Hawkeye are playing chess, as Beej is finishing off his letter, when Klinger walking by, covered in branches said, "I would've have made it, if not for that dog.

FinestKindinTN

Posted:
9/23/2017 11:15:50 AM

If I wasn't such a pig!

"Trick or Treatment" was on last night. A soldier will not eat. The soldier tells Hawkeye that he cannot eat since his buddies were killed while he was getting seconds of a special meal. My written rendition doesn't depict the sadness; it was quite powerful.
In one of the anniversary specials, the cast and crew tell of reading material from those assigned to the medical corps during Korea and that they used stories from this research.
Does anyone know if this particular story was from these writings?

BeccaLeo1972

Posted:
9/23/2017 6:15:41 PM

Hawk's Nightmare- Season 5. Hawkeye wakes up Frank to ask him about growing up in Fort Wayne. It was sweet of Hawk to want to know something about Frank's life growing up even though it was due to not wanting to fall asleep.

Ruptured Brook

Posted:
10/1/2017 6:12:55 PM

I love the Klinger bits in "Springtime" (hence the username :P ). The poetry is good, and the golf swing from Blake is perfect.

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